Lockheed Names Rick Ambrose Space Systems VP

Rick Ambrose, Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin has appointed Rick Ambrose vice president and deputy of the space systems business, the company announced Thursday.

He will report to Joanne Maguire, an executive vice president, in the newly-created position.

Ambrose previously served as head of the information systems and global solutions-national business area and GovCon Wire has the story on his successor at the IS&GS-national area.

The 33-year aerospace and defense industry veteran has also served as vice president of the surveillance and navigation systems business, within space systems.

He also led the tactical systems department within the mission systems and sensors business.

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